||> From: Dorothy Bell <email@example.com>
> Subject: Official receipt of your e-mail.
> Date: Friday, April 24, 2009, 11:54 PM
> I am in receipt of your email to my office and I
> quite appreciate your sincerity and remark.� It is not
> a news that internet scams and impostors are a common thing
> nowadays, It is everywhere and more people are being
> notified and informed making the awareness spread like the
> wind to most internet users.
> This compensation programm is a combination of the
> Federal Ministry of Finance Nigeria and the Interswitch ATM
> providers in conjunction with the United Nations (UN) Scam bureau.
> I am a married and respectable woman, I will not
> deceive you or lure you into something bad.� Send the
> required info listed below to your�ATM master card
> co-ordinator (Mr. Micheal Williams) with�his direct
> contact email address firstname.lastname@example.org
> OR�You can submit your required information to me and I
> will forward it to Mr Micheal at once for immediate
> attention and processing of your ATM master card.
> Your full names
> Your complete delivery address with
> Your direct contact Telephone or fax
> and a copy of your genuine ID for physical
> Once I receive the above requirements from you, I
> will personally help you process your Letter guarantying
> your payment from the INTER.POL (International
> Police) and send to you.
> I await your quick and affirmative reply to this
> Have a blessed day.
> Note:� Disregard any
> email you get from impostors or offices claiming to be in
> possesion of your ATM CARD and forward any email you get
> from impostors to this office so we could act on it for
> subsequent investigation.
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